Health

Our health and well-being should be one of our primary  concerns and values. The late Steve Jobs, Co-founder and CEO of Apple Inc. is on record having said in some of his last words; " At this moment, lying on the sick bed and recalling my whole life, I realized that all the recognition and wealth that I took so much pride in, paled and become meaningless in the face of impending death......."  These words were recorded moments before his passing on October 5, 2011 at age 56.

Words as these shows the relevance of a sound physical body over significantly great wealth. As each of us could probably relate a similar story with someone near to us. In a recent article taken from BlackHealthMatters.com on the Rates of Pre-diabetes Rise it states; "New research suggests type 2 diabetes, long considered a disease of the overweight and obese, might not need excess pounds to strike."

The study which appears in the July/August 2016 issue of the Annals of Family Medicine, found nearly one in five normal weight people in this country has pre-diabetes, a condition that can lead to type 2 diabetes. "For folks older than age 45, one third of those at a healthy weight have pre-diabetes," the study author said. "People with pre-diabetes have higher than normal blood sugar levels, but not high enough to be considered diabetes." Good eating habits are essential.

Click center arrow to watch video

Fitness and Flexibility of the Muscles and Joints Maintains a Strong Disposition on Life

Maliyhah shown here in her 2nd year at Meharry Medical School, is now a 2017 graduate with a Doctorate in Medicine. She highly recommends that maintaining good health starts with having a balanced diet and regular exercise.

Always Check with your physician before beginning any strenuous workout program or routines.

 A Natural and Holistic Approach Towards Staying Healthy and Fit

SIX Tips for Lowering Blood Pressure

  1. Maintain a Healthy Weight. Follow your doctor's orders.
  2. Get Moving. Aim for 30 minutes of moderate daily activity. 
  3. Eat Well. Eat more fruits, vegetables and lean protein. Reduce saturated fat.
  4. Reduce sodium (salt). Choose other spices to add flavor. Limit processed and fast foods.
  5. Limit Alcohol. (Preferably none or if so, very moderate).
  6. Take your medicine. If your prescribes blood pressure medicine take as directed. However, a holistic or natural approach is always best.

Systolic is the first number recorded and is the arterial pressure during contraction of the heart. It is the maximum arterial pressure during contraction of the ventricle of the heart.

Diastolic is the bottom number which is the lowest of the two. It measures the pressure in the arteries between heartbeats when the heart muscle is resting.


Enjoy The Challenge !

ProgressionEleyParker.com

‚Äčthe ElEY/Parker Family Website

© Copyright